According to Pavel Khodorkovsky's Institute for Modern Russia the KGB practice of killing defectors is back.
Court documents show that the two suspects discussed the stock exchange.
In an indictment that reads like an episode of The Americans, the U.S. government accused Moscow of targeting young women for espionage.
Alexander Litvinenko was slipped radioactive poison in 2006. As an inquiry opens into his murder, the mystery deepens.
Several members of the Lithuanian armed forces that worked at a sensitive NATO base have been detained
The cyberattacks may have been fueled by sanctions in the escalating conflict between Ukraine and Russia
Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partners said Washington should remove any U.S. embassy staff involved and cease spying on its ally
The wiretapping revelations suggest there could be an "Israeli Edward Snowden" behind the leaks